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In honor of Star Trek: the Next Generation‘s 30th anniversary, which is today (the premiere aired September 28, 1987), here’s a fun little exercise inspired by Susana “@NerdGerhl” Polo’s tweet from last September: Quick, describe the plot of your favorite Star … Continue reading
Five years ago, I wrote a fifteenth-anniversary retrospective of Buffy the Vampire Slayer for Escape Pod. Today is the twentieth anniversary of Buffy, and what better way to celebrate it than also celebrating the five-year anniversary of my fifteenth-anniversary retrospective’s publication? Portrait … Continue reading
I’ve reviewed Only Superhuman, Christopher L. Bennett’s first original novel, over at Escape Pod. I liked it, for the most part.
I have reviewed Swiss Army Man, a.k.a. “the Daniel Radcliffe farting corpse movie”, at Escape Pod. Here is a link for you to click so you can read it.
If you both like and dislike this article, then I did my job. Bring Back the Middle Ground
Book Review: Libertaria: Genesis by Sabrina Peña Young
From Murder with Monsters, which I reviewed at Escape Pod.
Fifty years ago, Marietta really was a small town, and the thing about small towns is that you can hide a lot of big secrets there. Marvin Hill has been hiding a huge one: for more than fifty years, Marvin’s … Continue reading
Tim Russ is probably best known for his role as Tuvok on Star Trek: Voyager. However, since the end of that series, he’s devoted his time to producing fan films that extend the story of Star Trek independent of both … Continue reading
On September 1, my Kindle automatically downloaded my preordered copy of The Shepherd’s Crown. By September 3, I’d finished reading the final Discworld novel. How do I feel about this? Empty. Satisfied, but empty. The book is closed on the … Continue reading
As both Honest Trailers and CinemaSins have recently shown, there are some problems with Disney’s retelling of the Cinderella story. But it’s such a huge part of the Disney empire that we were bound to get a new one at … Continue reading
In my reviews of movies, one thing I always try to mention is the film’s soundtrack. Much as some people writing about Firefly say that the ship is a character, so too is the music in any TV show or … Continue reading
Possibly one of the nerdiest articles I’ve ever written. FROM 0 TO 100: FIBONACCI, AGILE, AND HOURS WORKED
In a world where superheroes and supervillains are locked in honorable combat… in a world where science and magic are both real… in a world where superheroism is an inherited trait… three middle-school students are about to discover their true … Continue reading
I started reaching out, into the only place where I felt truly safe. The internet. Or, more precisely, the parts of the internet where the people I know generally don’t go. My latest Nerdery Public article is about – and … Continue reading
My latest article for Nerdery Public revisits lessons learned while I was at summer camp. Read. TWO, FOUR, SIX, EIGHT; WHAT DO WE APPRECIATE?
I reviewed Europa Report for Escape Pod. Movie Review: Europa Report
What happens when a proud cord-cutter wants to watch a basic cable show? I discuss this on Nerdery Public. Shut Up and Take My Money, USA Network!